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On 7/5/2017 at 11:29 PM, chucky87 said:

Jurassic_Park_by_Endprodukt.rar

like you @ClarkKent

Can not download it starts fine but after a while failed

Confirming, it fails after exactly 500mb are downloaded. Does anyone else have this file hosted somewhere?

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Pinsound 0.9 doesn't work with multiple packs, we don't use it at all (i mean PincabPassion members ;) ) ! If we need to modify all adresses in each pinsound packs, that's a bad update !

I will rename the JP pack.

 

Thx for your return

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Trying to figure out if I'm missing something, but when I tried the JP mix, I just get a looping bell sound with some speech that sounds like "do it again" or "shoot it again" in front of some ominous music. I tried a 2nd Pinsound board with a different USB stick & got exactly the same result. I also upgraded both firmwares to the latest and no change. Is there something special I need to do beyond just copying the ZIP file to the USB stick? Thanks in advance!

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On 12/30/2017 at 6:06 PM, boustrophedonic said:

Trying to figure out if I'm missing something, but when I tried the JP mix, I just get a looping bell sound with some speech that sounds like "do it again" or "shoot it again" in front of some ominous music. I tried a 2nd Pinsound board with a different USB stick & got exactly the same result. I also upgraded both firmwares to the latest and no change. Is there something special I need to do beyond just copying the ZIP file to the USB stick? Thanks in advance!

I had some weird trouble with mine until I turned the volume on the cabinet power supply all the way up. Then I lowered the volume with the pin-sound board and that worked for me. Might also want to check the voltage you're supplying to the pin-sound board.

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5 hours ago, Time said:

I had some weird trouble with mine until I turned the volume on the cabinet power supply all the way up. Then I lowered the volume with the pin-sound board and that worked for me. Might also want to check the voltage you're supplying to the pin-sound board.

That's amazing, increasing the volume pot worked perfectly! I never would have guessed that, thanks for the advice! Now to put the other board in LAH... :)

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